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. i'm bill hemmer again live in coply square here in boston. heather good morning to you as well in new york heather: i'm here in fox news headquarters for martha. fbi agents are pouring over the area inch by inch. boston police calling it the most complex crime scene in boston history, bill? bill: the boston community remembering their own for the lives that were cut too short. 8-year-old life was cut short. 29-year-old krystel campbell, the restaurant manager went to the marathon to take at that picture of her friends's boyfriend crossing the finish line. hundreds of neighbors remember martin richard with boundless energy and infectious smile that would simply light up a room. >> this was a devastating tragedy. to have it happen so close to home. so close you could actually hear the bang. that is too close to home. >> although it was shocking as you can see here tonight it really rally ad strong community together. >> it is kind of uplifting to see the whole park full and all of the community spirit of people wanting to be together to support each other but also so that the fam
'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer here in "america's newsroom.". >> i'm heather childers in for martha maccallum. experts say it may be delaying over fears that the missile will be blown out of the sky. gregg: greg palkot is streaming live from seoul, south korea. greg, what's the latest? >> reporter: hey, gregg, heather. that crucial date has come and almost gone. that threatened missile test might in fact be a dud. we did see festivities up in north korea and pongyang and the marking the anniversary of the birth date of the founder of north korea, kim il-sung. wreath-laying, gatherings, that kind of thing. we didn't see a big military parade. we didn't hear new threats. we saw one alleged glimpse of the current leader, kim jong-il, a overnight visit to the mausoleum, where his grandfather lace to rest. south korean officials say it remains ready and poised for action along the north korean coast but there is no sign of movement, no sign of prep. it could be tomorrow. this is a two-day holiday around this birthday or later this month. there are other key dates or maybe not at all. at
to america's i'm heather childers with n for jamie colby. >>> i'm eric shawn. he is being kept under heavy facility. he is right now at the federal medical center, located on the ground of a former army base. it's right in the middle of the state. it is designed specifically for inmates in need of long term medical care. they ce more secure than he potentially was at the hospital in downtown boston. david lee miller is live near that bombing site. good morning david lee. >> reporter: good morning. ordinarily on a sunday morning the square behind me would be quiet and sleepy. that is not the case this morning. almost two weeks after the double bombings took place just a few hundred feet where i am now. take a look over my shoulder. off in the distance you can see the makeshift memorial that you mentioned. thousands are still coming to here throughout the day bringing flowers and cards and o items of rbrance. this as six of those that were injured remain in the hospital. many of those who were hurt lost limbs. others suffered serious injuries that will require months and months, possibly a l
. i'm rick folbaum. keep >>. >> gregg: welcome to a brand-new hour. >> heather: i'm heather chill ders. topping the news this hour a historic week ahead as congress begins official debate on new gun control legislation. we'll have a live report from washington and leaders from both sides speak out. >> gregg: plus, congress could be very close to a deal on reforming immigration. will it still protect our borders while dealing with millions of people inside the country? >> heather: i know you saw this, seen around the world. the tiger woods controversy at the masters. >> gregg: let's begin with the latest efforts to ease tensions on the korean peninsula. john kerry making a final push today in japan after meeting with leaders in south korea and china yesterday. now, all of this is happening amid fears hours from now north korea is preparing to mark the anniversary of the founding leader with a full-fledged missile launch. greg palkot is from streaming live from seoul, south korea. what is the latest? >> reporter: hey, gregg, it is friday here in seoul, south korea. no signs 6 any launch
for love in all the right places. okay. that's going to do it for me. heather and kelly wright are standing by to take over from me. make it a great day. >>> fox news alert on the investigation into the ricin-laced letters sent to president obama and two others. hello, everyone. glad you're with us. i'm gregg jarrett and welcome to a brand-new hour inside america's news headquarters. >> i'm heather, nice to be with you. the f.b.i. arresting a new suspect in that case. 41-year-old everett dutschke, you can see him right here. he was taken into custody early this morning at his home in mississippi. this comes just days after all the charges were dropped against another man. elizabeth prann is live from washington and she's following this story for us today. elizabeth, what can you tell us about this guy? >> initially authorities were searching the home and former business of 41-year-old everett dutschke this week. today he's now in custody, arrested on unspecified charges. the f.b.i. arresting the marshal arts instructor early this morning without incident in tupelo, mississippi.
-new hour. >> heather: i'm heather childers. topping the news millions of americans have spring flood damage and many swollen rivers have yet to hit the crest stage. >> gregg: top u.s. senate lawmaker vowing to bring back the background check gun bill. does it have a chance in passing second time around. >> and nascar free for all that has everyone talking. >> gregg: but first, new questions on the handling of the boston bombing investigation. now a lot of new questions. as several lawmakers suggest the f.b.i.'s interrogation of it's a younger surviving suspect may have been cut off way too soon by a judge and department of justice. steve centanni has more on that. what are we finding out through the sunday talk shows? >> reporter: there is concern that the surviving suspect dzhokar tsarnaev lawyered up too soon. 19-year-old was apprehended after a gun battle and read his rights in the hospital even though a public safety exception was evoked to delay the reading of his rights for some time, some say that wasn't long enough. >> the public safety waiver they could have used to keep this perso
you next sunday. >> heather: thank you. >> have a good week. >> heather: we begin with a fox news alert. new revelations, raising questions about whether the u.s. is keeping track of potential terrorists. we are learning that the mother of the boston bombing suspect was in a federal terrorism data base 18 months before the attack. welcome to a new hour inside america news headquarters. i'm heather childers in for jamie colby. >> eric: good morning. i'm eric shawn. the chairman of the house homeland security committee telling fox news this morning he believes there is a foreign connection. the pair could not have done this all on their own. what about their mother? zubeidat? she has claimed the attacks were fake, the blood was paint and her sons were set up. is there self-serving region for her outrageous claims? peter king is member of the homeland security commission and joins us from washington. good morning. good to see you. >> thank you. >> eric: can you comment on the report we have dealing with zubeidat? apparently the russians caught her and tamerlan on the telephone on a w
armed neighbor is no longer bluffing. i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: i'm heather childers. welcome to a brand-new hour. a south korea today warning that pyongyang could launch a missile test as early this week. listen.... [ speaking a foreign language ] >> gregg: had a video airing today on morning state-run television showing soldiers training military dog west side both humans and dogs attacking pictures of the south korean defense minister. it is just the latest in a series of provocative videos meant to show off their military readiness. dived piper is streaming live from seoul. >> reporter: that video of those dogs attacking is really bizarre. the south korean government says it is part of a daily campaign by the north to grab the world's attention. now the video shows troops using dogs to attack scarecrows with a photo of the defense minister on them. the soldiers are heard shouting bite the defense minister and it also shows them firing at a sign saying american bastards. it looks like north korea will conduct a controversial missile test. south korean government says the te
of his wounds. >> gregg: welcome positive to a brand-new hour, i'm gregg jarrett. >> heather: i'm heather childers. they are laying out a frightening scenario. here he is on fox news sunday. >> they clearly had other explosives. they detonated those explosives at the scene of the arrest and shootout in watertown. we feel they had plans to use those explosives possibly on soft targets. >> heather: adam, what is going on at the hospital right now. what is the latest from authorities? >> reporter: authorities are tight-lipped. they haven't given us a lot of information. the u.s. attorneys office and f.b.i. confirm that the suspect is here in serious and stable condition. they have not had a chance to question him. that elite team of investigators are still in standby. there are a number of reports and suggestions the reason they haven't been able to question him is due to injuries. we have pictures of him getting out of the boat and surrendering on friday night. a a at that point he had two injuries, nearly one for 20 hours and had a lot of bleeding. he came here and had operations on him to
jarrett. >> heather: i'm heather chill the ders. topping the news this hour, president obama getting ready to release a budget that asks both sides to compromise. and probably won't make anyone happy but what it could mean for your taxes. >> a young cancer patient fighting his insurance company. why the insurer is refusing to pay for treatment. >> heather: and heads roll at rutgers over a video that shows a basketball is anything but a game and now they have filed a lawsuit. if anyone could face criminal charges we ask our legal panel. >> gregg: we begin with a fox news alert. united states keeping a close eye on the volume fill situation developing in north korea. new videotape, thousands attending a rally against the united states and carrying posters with anti-american slogans on them. state-run television release these provocative pictures. north korea's leader inspecting military equipment including small aircraft launched into the sky and dropping bombs below. there is no ed to the threats from north korea and the united states is on guard for any scenario as the north warns foreign
. >> heather: hello. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> gregg: i'm gregg jarrett. outrage from delayed airline passengers leading to quick action in washington. is this a one time deal or is washington willing to address other sequester cuts that have frustrated americans? >> heather: plus a hospital landing in hot water what it is accused of doing to patients. >> we have a heart and it hurts. >> gregg: fallout for the boston marathon bombings. did a trust deficit with russia cloud our intelligence committee? a response to warnings about one of the accused bombers. >> heather: we begin with a fox news alert and new arrest in the string of ricin laced letters. arresting 41-year-old everett dugs ky. he was taken into custody at his home overnight. his arrest comes days after criminal charges were dropped on tuesday. that was against another mississippi man. we will have the latest in a full report just minutes away. gregg? >> gregg: well let's get to the good news first. really, it's all you air travelers out there. faa has suspended all employee furloughs and system will be back at full
good morning. this is a fox news alert. i'm heather nauert. >> i'm heather childers. welcome to fox and friends first. captured. after a more than 20-hour intense manhunt, the second marathon bombing suspect is in custody this morning and he's still alive. a man found 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev hiding in the boat of his watertown home covered in blood. >> police converging on the street on the scene on franklin street last night. they heard more than 30 shots fired and less than two hours later, tsarnaev was rushed to beth israel hospital in serious condition. listen to this. >> the citizens of the city of boston and this area can be confident that the threat has been removed. >> a short time later, residents pouring out of their homes. cheering police in their vehicles as they rolled away from the scene. what a tense few days of events for them. chants breaking out of "usa, usa." >>> well, it was one of the most compelling images from the capture of tsarnaev and that is a picture of him in and ambulance covered in blood right there. this morning,esque treated as we said at beth
>>> this is a fox news alert. i'm heather childers. i'm heather nauert. welcome to a saturday edition of "fox and friends first." he was captured after more than a 20-hour intense manhunt. the second marathon bombing suspect is in custody this morning and he is still alive in a boston hospital. a man found, 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev hiding in a boat in the backyard of his gnome watertown, massachusetts, and he was covered in blood. you can see in this picture right here as he was taken away in the ambulance. >> police converged on the scene on franklin street. neighbors heard more than 30 shots less than two hours later, tsarnaev was rushed to beth israel hospital in serious condition. >> the citizens of the city of boston and this area can be confident that the threat has been removed. >> a short time later, watertown residents poured out of their homes and lined the streets to cheer police vehicles as they rolled away from the scene down at the boston common. chants of "usa" broke out. >> great to see that. people were certainly so relieved in boston. looking at this pic
doctor. let's listen in. >> then we're going to hear from heather abbott, our courageous patient, truly inspirational person. following the speakers, we are going to take questions. i'm going to be repeating your questions for a couple of reasons. one, we're webcasting so the folks watching via webcast across the country are going to hear what you are going to ask, two, heather is having a bit of difficulty hearing following the blast, so we want to make sure she hears your questions. have patience with the process, and try to be as concise as you possibly can with your questions so i don't have to remember a lot to repeat. as you know, heather is recovering. her most recent surgery was monday, her nurse, melissa is here. if anyone of you knows brigham nurses, when they say jump, we say how high and how fast, so i'm going to keep an eye on melissa. there will be no one-on-one interviews after the conference with dr. bloomen or heather, so get your answers to questions here, and when we are finished, we're going to ask you all to pull back to allow heather and her family to exit and we'l
right now. this is bay area news at 7:00. >> it's monday april 1st, hello everyone, i am heather holmes. this is bay area news at 7. police in san francisco says the weekend of the weekend homicide did ng wrong as jay explains the young man was a college student. >> car lows show photos of his youngest son jacob. >> in this one, 19-year-old vargas stands tall with his mother. today jacob -- san francisco's police see someone drove up and got out and shot him near his parents home. he was found bleeding to his head and ch he struggled the words in english but there is no mistaken of his loss. >> police are hoping to leads to come from the street, someone who saw or heard something. >> he was a college student doing good, know problems with the police or no previous contact. it was just an all around tragedy. >> a tragedy that neighbors are handle by keeping jacob's memory alive. >> jay hernandez ktvu channel 2 news. >>> today his family had a message as the team faced off again in los angeles, now in san francisco where he's talking about safety and security with fans there at the at&tpa
>> good morning. i am heather childers. >> i am patti ann browne. >> it is tuesday, april 23rdrd. >> we are learn whatting may have influenced the bombers to carry out the deadly attack. it appears religious extremism is the likely motive. >> it does not appear they were involved with any islamic terrorist organization. we are live in washington with the latest. >> we now know at his bedside dzhokhar tsarnaev now has the right to remain silent. he will be tried in civilian court and will not be categorized as an enemy combatant which would have given them ability to interrogate him more. >> this is decided by the department of justice and attorney general. the whole national security team support this is decision. there is not an alternative for a u.s. citizen to be tried in military commission. >> some gain it as an impediment to gaining more ginls. >> i don't want to use the information against him in court. i want to collect information about future terrorist activity. we have every right to question him apart from the criminal justice system. >> investigators are toming throu
. i also speak to heather abbott, who had the difficult choice of whether to try to live with a mangled foot or to have her foot amputated. we'll tell you what she chose and how she's doing right now. >>> we begin with susan candiotti, who has late details on the investigation. susan, what do you know? what led investigators first to this landfill? >> well, this information is coming to us from a u.s. law enforcement official who is very close to the boston investigation and someone with whom i've been talking with throughout. this source tells us that the leads to search the landfill for that laptop computer came not only from the suspect himself, the young man who is now hospitalized, but others who, according to this official, may have had knowledge of its whereabouts or may even have played a role in ditching it, getting rid of it, after the bombing. now, the source says there is also evidence that leads investigators to think that the elder brother, tamerlan, may have been involved in drug dealing. the source would not elaborate on the nature of the evidence. we've a
>> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. >> it is april 24th, thank you very much for watching "fox & friends first". >> this morning we have brand new photos of the gun battle that broke out between police and the boston bombers leaving one brother dead. it is believed to be a pressure cooker bomb. it is taking tamerlan stsarnaev down. he bought two mortar kits at a store. that store is in the same chain that sold time square bomers the what he need to do make his bomb. molly has the latest for us. >> good morning path at thti an heather. he has been upgraded initially listed in serious condition, now he is listed in fair condition. and we are getting some new information about who authorities would like to speak with in the coming days and weeks federal authorities asking to inted view the famili-- inte family members. american investigators traveled to russia yesterday to question the father of the brothers. u.s. em pass see officials told the associated press. here at home fbi officials are questioning the wife of tamerlan a 24-year-old who
say it was like winning the lottery. >> why this man turned himself in. i am heather childers in for harris faulkner. we start with the ricin-laced letters sent to president obama and two other public officials. federal officials arresting a carate instructor everett dutschke. he is facing chargings of attempting to use a biological weapon. this comes after agents searched the home of another man who was charge clear will of wrongdoing. the two had an ongoing feud. elizabeth is reporting from washington tonight. >> agents searched the home of eflet dutschke this week and now he's in custody. the f.b.i. arrested the martal arts instructor in tupelo, mississippi. he is now in the hands of the u.s. martial service. the letters were sent to president obama and senator roger wick yer a mississippi judge. we have had no response from the attorney today, but this week she said he had no involvement and himself said he had no wrongdoing. >> it is it blowing my mind that the parinoid government schizophreniic wraps up me in his fantasy world and who is a patriotic american. >> this as
>> good morning to you. thank you for waking up to us. i am heather nauert. >> thank you for watching fox and friends first. >> while you were sleeping a wild storm system slams the midwest with harsh winds greezing temperatures a-- freezing temperatures and tornadoes. >> ainsley earhardt is here with the details. >> good morning to both of you but not such a good morning for some of these families. the pictures incredible. the four kwar church in arkansas a pile of rubble. the pastor of that church naturally upset seeing the church the one he helped build destroyed. >> we built this church probably 10 years ago. heartbreaking. just heartbreaking. >> this 13 wheeler flipped on its side. >> all of a sudden i started spinning out of control for a long time. then all of a sudden it stopped. then all i did was pray and asked the lord to not let me die. >> over to missouri check this out lightening striking the gateway arch in st. louis. high winds knocking huge trees into houses in the town of hazelwood. they are looking for damage for any one who might have been injured or b
with a>> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather nauert. it is friday april 12th. >> we open up with an extreme weather alert. they are now to blame for at least three deaths. one twister caught on camera in the state of mississippi look at this damaging mobile homes toppling over trees and flipping over an 18 wheel truck. >> two people were killed and others injured when a tornado hit a business. debris from the business is scattered through the woods across the street. let's get to maria molina for more on this wild and dangerous deadly weather. >> good morning heather, patti ann. good morning everyone. 119 reports of severe weather during the overnight hours. yesterday from the storm system yet again we are looking at a threat for more severe storms as we head into later on today. those 119 reports of severe weather were reported from kentucky all of the way down to parts of louisiana and also parts of the florida panhandle. another widespread area that saw sever weather yesterday, 9 reports of tornadoes is what we saw. on the other side of this storm syst
can >> good monday morning to you. hope you had a great weekend. i am heather nauert. >> it is monday april 29th. >> just a few hours from now. the search for humane remains will begin wihere the landing gear believed to be from a 9-11 34r5e7b was found wedged between two buildings blocks away from ground zero. it was found by land surveyors taking measurements for the building's owner. one is the site of the controversial mosque. the area has been declared a crime scene. some are speculating it could be a hoax an the landing gear was placed by someone there. we will keep you posted. >> mississippi martial arts instructor accused of mailing ricin to the president and roger wicker faces a judge. the court appearance for james everett dusky comes one week after the charges were dropped on paul curtis. it could be a long running feud between the two men. her client may have been framed his attorney says. >> four airmen were victims on a plane that crashed in afghanistan. >> pentagon officials say the crash is not related to taliban violence. local officials say bad weath
. >>> it is tuesday april 2nd, hello i'm heather holmes. this is bay news at 7:00. they have been without a contract now for more than three year, took their complaints right to the streets of san francisco. near union scare and some of the workers say this dispute needs to end. >> reporter: >> reporter: that's right. it wrapped up about an hour ago and there were pickets, right now the only hotel which has not signed a contract with the union. >> we going to boycott, we're going to shut it down. >> reporter: carrying picket signs, the contract with the grand aequat expired in 2009 and local two union leaders have been in dispute which includes nonunion hotels. >> we need the same benefits and rights. >> the aequat has no respect of workers. >> reporter: the union signed contracts with the hill ton which agreed to a five year contract last week for a four percent annual compensation. they want to sign the same deal. >> we offered the same exact wages and benefit increases that the hill ton now has assigned contract that star wood has a contract and all the other hotels in san francisco has signed co
to do with the fund balance, that report is completed. it was in your package and heather mcdonalds from the controllers office is here to give a quick summary for you about that report. i do want to thank the city services auditor's staff, heather mcdonalds and my staff for working on this report. it was a lot of information that we provided, we poured over whether to have sufficient funding and whether there were other opportunities. so i'm going to turn this over to heather. >> good morning. congratulations on your election. i'm with the auditors division of the controllers office. as deputy director the controllers office was engaged to conduct the financial analysis to recommend an economic stabilization reserve as well as strategic one time investment in the fund balance in the cyclical nature in the construction industry. our project methodology consist of historic and cyclical revenues, expenditures, staffing hours and defer credits. to support our recommended economic stabilization reserve level, we also perform a bench marking analysis of building inspection agencies across the
to the huge marine animals. smaller sizes of the address listed the same color as dark heather gray. targa called the labeling an unintentional oversight and has pulled the dress. santa rosa police are looking for a man who robbed a bank this morning police said the man of the surveillance video robbed a chase bank on ord street around 11:20. investigators say he handed the teller a note when ran off with an undisclosed amount of cash. is described as a black male between 35 and 40 years old adding about 5 feet 7 inches tall weighing 185 pounds. >> you can't put politics and religion over science and public health. >> the pivotal ruling today that could forever change birth control. >> still tracking a few tracking a few cloudless afternoon coming coming up where showers could be this weekend and when 80s resurfaced on the long-range mother -- long-range weather map. 97 . >> a federal judge today struck down the government age restrictions on who can get the morning-after birth control pill over-the-counter. kylie campbell reports from w
i'm heather childress. >> i'm heather nauert. thanks for watching "fox & friends." time for the top five stories making news. another tragedy to tell you about, this time taking place in mississippi. a police officer was gunned down during an interrogation. officers say eric smith, in the middle, was questioning a suspect, jeremy powell at police headquarters about a murder when they heard gunshots. they thennd both smith and powell dead. smith was a veteran officer. more on this as we get it. >> a $200,000 reward is being offered for information leading to a conviction in the murder of a texas district attorney and his wife. mike and cynthia mcclelland were remembered yesterday at an emotional memorial service. law enforcement officers, public officials, friends and family were among hundreds of mourners. >> they were beautiful and amazing, and mike -- a lot of people thought of him as a very hard man. and he was. he was a hard man. but he had a heart, he had such a big heart. >> when cynthia told you she loved you, she loved you with every ounce of her being. >> left behind a huge
>> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. it is monday april 15th. tax day. thank you so much for watching "fox & friends first". coming up later in the show we have an ex territory were turbo tax here with last minute tax tips. it's time for the top five at 5:00. one woman is dead and one man is still missing after a pair of avalanches struck this weekend in the mountain of seattle. they found her under 5 feet of snow. the search for the man has been called off due to poor weather conditions. he was with two other experienced hiker when is the avalanche carried them with speeds of 60 miles per hour. the others were able to dig themselves out. >> an investigation of two texas prosecutors and one of their wives. eric williams was arrested for making a terrorist threat. a threatening e-mail sent to courthouse employees after mcclella mcclelland's death. >>> hugo chavez chosen heroining a razor thin presidential election in venezuela. but not without controversy. he refuse to do accept the results and demanded a recount. it showed a victory of margin o
. good morning everyone. i am heather nauert. >> we have more details on where the investigation stands. first remembering the three lives tank during the marathon bombing as we learn more about the victims. hundreds of people packed into boston commons to honor 8-year-old martin richards, 29-year-old kristen campbell and a boston university student a chinese national and her family asked that no other information be released. >> another individual in dorchester, massachusetts. people are holding banners asking for peace. >> they see the candles and the american flag and it was peaceful but it was also a reminder of how united we are as a neighborhood. >> all around the country not just runners but americans standing united with boston. runners going for a jog to honor the victims. >> we will also learn much more about the three victims. we have a closer look at each person there who lost lives and how their family and friends are remembering them. good morning, molly. >> good morning patti ann and heather. a difficult day for the city of boston. the loss of the three lives all of them
, completely and utterly changing their lives. that number may still rise. heather abbott was hit by the second blast, just outside the forum bar. incredibly quick and brave work by first responders and doctors initially saved her leg, but when surgeons went in for a follow-up look, they saw a lot of damage. they told her that amputation below the knee might be her best option. today, heather talked about losing her lower leg. >> although it's something that certainly i wouldn't wish upon myself or anyone else, you know, it's really not as bad as i thought it could have been. i really think i'm going to be able to live my life in a normal way eventually when i get that permanent prosthesis. >> incredibly amazing thing to say. dr. sanjay gupta joins me now. sanjay, why did heather have to make this decision, and i know also that it was really her decision, right, not necessarily the doctor? >> that's right. typically, it is the patient's decision. i mean, look, there's going to be some situations where it's just a clear-cut decision, where it will be clear that the leg cannot be saved. on the ot
>> good morning to you. ism ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather nauert. it is april the 30th. the top fooi stofive stories mag news at this hour. we are getting a look of a mini van michigan police are looking for. this video shows a silver mini van driving away from the gas station when this woman was taken from work. >> there's another car out front but nobody is here. >> the driver is a heavy set man in his 30s or 40s. >> thank goodness that man called 911. >> two small planes in mid care colliding killing a pilot. one of the planes crashed into a rocky area off a california highway. the other plane made a belly flop landing on to a nearby golf course. three people on board the plane suffered minor injuries. they are all expected to be okay. >>> a man car jacked by the c christopher dorner offered a reward during the manhunt. he said he took his truck at gun point and lart killed himself. he told police the exact location and was a key factor in finding the police rouge cop. other people filed claims for that reward. a three judge panel will decide if any one should receive the mon
professor james forest of u-mass lowell. and with me as co host, heather higgins, president and ceo of independent women's voice. mr. michael lighter, let me go back to the characteristics of the bomb, pressure cooker, kitchen timing device. ball bearings, bee-bees, nails, shrapnel. does this have the markings of a taliban attack, a pakistani, afghanistan attack, or am i mistaken? >> well, it is a very similar bomb structure that was used in times square in 2010. but i actually don't think that's the right thing to conclude right now. that's not the standard sort of explosives that the taliban has used in the past. and the pakistani taliban in this case has already denied responsibility for it. something -- i think they wouldn't have done had they ton it. so this helps give us some i said occasion of how sophisticated the bomb was. but i don't think it tells us all that much yet about who the bomber was. >> james forest, we don't know who the bomber was. we haven't had any communication. how odd do you think that is? >> well, we've seen attacks before where it's been two or three da
women's hospital there. one of the survivors of the marathon bombing, heather abbott is speaking for the very first time. let's listen in. >> next question. yes? >> could you talk a little about that process of seeing -- i read [ inaudible ] could you talk about that decision making process for you? >> the question is, could you talk a little about the decision making process to amputate? >> well, the doctor gave me the rundown as did several other doctors on the choice i had. and basically, it was whether to keep my leg, my foot, actually is where the injury occurred or to amputate sort of below the knee. and it was a difficult decision. when i weighed the pros and cons, i think this was the best option for me. dr. bloomen explained to me that if i kept my foot, it was very badly mangled. it would probably most likely never fully heal or be functional. it would likely be shorter. one of my legs would likely be shorter than the other and i wouldn't be able to live the lifestyle that i did prior to the injury. so although the prosthetic will be something that i'll have to get used
women's hospital tried for a week to save her foot but monday heather chose the option of amputation below the knee. >> if i kept my foot, it was very badly mangled. it would probably most likely never fully heal or be functional. it would likely be shorter. one of my legs would likely be shorter than the other. and i wouldn't be able to live the lifestyle that i did prior to the injury. so although the prosthetic is going to be something that i'll have to get used to, i think i have a better chance of living my life the way i used to with that. >> heather abbott was one of the lucky ones who was visited by first lady michelle obama who gave heather a presidential challenge coin. >> she talked about the fact that she typically only gives this certain coin out to military personnel who are injured, and she actually gave one to me. so that was really nice. >> heather abbott is one of 264 injured in the bombings. 31 victims remained hospitalized. one is in critical condition. at least 14 have had limbs amputated. and, of course, three were killed at the scene of the bombing. last week m
:00. >> it's friday april 15th. i am heather holmes and this isy area nouz at 7. in the past area, we talk to the city counsel about two police shooting in the past 72 hours. the first involved in an unarmed teamed. this afternoon police say a police officer fired at a burglary holding a replica gun. eric is live right now of what he learns about the cases. >> reporter: the last two minutes we are able to get closer to the actual scene, they said an officer was investigating a burglary in process. one of the houses when she fired a single shot at the suspect hitting him in the shoulder. this afternoon police showed us the photo of the replica gun that the suspect was holding at the time the officer shot the suspect, police say there was no way the officer could tell it was not the real thing. the brother of the suspect confronted the police demanding to know where his brother was taken. his brother might have tried to break in the house here. tensions are especially high since police shot and injured an unarmed 16-year-old wednesday night who was mistaken of a robbery. burr reus says they
>> good morning everyone. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. thank you for joining us on "fox & friends first". we start with a fox news lart. all eyes on north korea as the world braces for a possible missile launch that could come as early as today. >> south korea confirming the north has completed tests for a miss tils. good morning elizabeth. >> officials say preparations for a missile launch appear to be complete. they are telling law americas a missile launch is considerably high. the weapon appears to be a medium range missile which can travel more than 2,000 miles and reach japan. today being april 10th is the day kim jong-un he could no longer keep the country's employees safe and they needed to evacuate pyongyang. april 15th a time when him and his predecessors historically create some type of military display of power. this is all something the u.s. has seen before. >> his father and brand father as far as i can see always figured into their provocation cycle an off-ramp of how to get out of it. it is not clear to me he has thought through how to get out of
of roofs behind me here. heather, great to be with you as our coverage continues out of new york as well. >> bill, thank you so much. "happening now" starts right now. jenna: we have brand new stories and breaking news this hour. jon: some new information on the boston marathon bombing. what we're learning how the ex-plos serves were built as pictures of bombs go public. the fbi is asking for extra help from people who were there. >>> new concerns about iran this morning. diplomats say that the rogue nation tripled high-tech machines at the nuclear enrichment facility. what that could mean for its suspected nuclear weapons program. >>> gun legislation taking center stage on capitol hill as we learn that a drive to expand background checks could be in trouble. it is all "happening now." jon: and we begin on this wednesday with brand new developments in the boston bombing investigation. good morning, i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. as the fbi appeals to the public to come forward with photos or video or any other evidence in the deadly terror attacks, some dramatic new
'm ken wayne. >> hello everyone i'm heather holmes. >> that community came together tonight to help the south bay family devastated by a house fire, and a child's death. new at 10:00 tonight ktvu's debora villalon is live in san josi where a city leader says there are lessons to learn in had tragedy. >> well, heather the loss of a little girl, displaced from their home, but tonight at this church, the gomez family got some help from an unexpected source. most saturday nights they are rideburg tonight this motorcycle club was serving. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> reporter: putting on a spaghetti dinner to help them recovery. recover. >> the reason it's important to us the major of us all have kids. >> reporter: 7-year-old mariah gomez died from the fire from a candle burning in the converted garage where they lived with they are moms. >> the girls were sleeping and she was in the main house doing dish when everything happened. >> reporter: 4-year-old billy ran, her hair on fire to get the adults, but the flame and smoke were too intense for anyone to get to mariah. >> treasure
first". i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather cheryleds. -- heather childers. a town of 2800 people. half of the town has been evacuated so far as a result of this explosion that happened as at this fertilizer plant. we have been talking about the danger of the ammonia, anhydrous ammonia getting into the air. that's a major concern for responders and people living there as well. >> people are complaining of breathing problems as the toxic fumes spread. there's a talk of the change in the wind direction. they have already evacuated people on one side of this town 20 miles north ofwaco. they are talking about possibly evacuating others if the wind shifts directions this can be dangerous in terms of breathing. that is only one type of injury as you can see in the photograph. nearby you had a nursing home, you had a school which was vacant but which was apparently decimated. you have an apartment complex that has 50 units also said to be nothing but a skeleton at this point and you had 50 homes. all of these were attempted to be evacuated. once the fire officials got there and realized
police talking about he is in a boat. he is in a boat. >> heather outside of watertown mall. >> and, mark, i just heard from a very trustworthy state shots fired and a suspect is down. again, this is according to a state police source that i have developed through my time here is telling me that the suspect is down. here is another team of military personnel going down the road. still a very active scene. can see they are not speeding anymore and the sirens are not blaring. it might be that this suspect is indeed down as my state police source is telling me. >> live pictures of franklin street as well where we can see the state police and squad team members and also members of the law enforcement community of watertown are there as well. they seem to be walking. yes, they have guns drawn but they are walking around and milling about more than running to and fro anywhere. and we also had a fire rescue truck back into the area as well. an ambulance type vehicle obviously. should someone suffer any type of wounds or injuries at this point. so, right now it seems fairly peaceful when we hear
. heather abbot was hit by the second blast. incredibly hit by first responders, doctors saved her leg. but surgeons saw a lot of damage. and they said amputation may have been the best option. >> it's certainly not something i would wish upon anybody else, but it's certainly not as bad as i thought it could have been. i'm going to be able to live my life in a normal way. >> dr. sanjay gupta joins me now. why did heather have to make this decision. i know it was her decision, not necessarily the doctor. >> typically, it is the patient's decision. there's going to be some situations where it's just a clear cut decision. it's going to be clear that the leg cannot be saved. or on the other side of things, it's clear that the operations are going to save the leg. what typically happens is you do all the things to restore the bone, stabilize the bone, repair the arteries and nerves. and then you sort of see how is the patient doing? and sometimes the leg just does not regain that function. sometimes it becomes a source of pain. but it is the patient's decision, ultimately. erin, this is how
. >> i am heather cheryleds. thank you for joining us. it is monday april 22nd. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". the boston bombing suspect could be charged. he is still in serious condition with a wound to his throat. >> good morning heather and patty ann. we are at the hospital where he remains under treatment by the hospital. they want to know any further plans the suspects may have had from further investigators. we are still await charges but he remains in serious condition. there's word from the u.s. attorney's office it is possible he could be charged as soon as today or at any moment and certainly while he is still here in the hospital. we are getting encouraging word on the fate of an officer shot in the gun battle. richard donahue is in critical condition. he is heavily sedated on a ventilator in intensive sar. a bullet ripped through his right thigh hitting both branchs of his femoral artery. since being hospitalized he has been awake long enough to squeeze his wives hand. here's what fellow officers and his younger brother who is also a police officer had to sa
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